Sign in
Download Opera News App

News Entertainment

 

Movie TV

 

TV Video

What An Unthinkable Coincidence? Meet These Real Life People Who Inspired Some Disney Characters

If you were born between the mid-1990s and the mid-2000s, you will be very familiar with these cartoon characters. Since one couldn't get enough of these cartoons back then, and still can't get enough of them now. This is because they are not only entertaining to watch, but also contain a great deal of tension, amusement, and valuable lessons.

One can easily fall in love with the characters and wish for mummy or daddy to buy them clothes or attire depending on what their favorite cartoon character is wearing or putting on in the cartoon. Apart from a human being behind each cartoon character's voice, there are a few instances where the lead actors were drawn based on how the main character looks in real life. As a result, here are a few actual cartoon characters who were based on humans.


1. Zendaya and Pocahontas

This was one of my favorite heroine cartoons as a child. Pocahontas was a village chief's daughter who fell in love with a British salor. The sailor came to take their timber and other resources from their land/village. She finally fell in love with the sailor, despite her father's wishes, who forbade the villagers from having anything to do with outsiders. It's full of suspense, anger, vengeance, passion, and optimism for the future. If you haven't seen it yet, it's one of the cartoons you should watch.


2. Jason Momoa and Scar from The Lion King

This cartoon is constantly green. And there's a lot to learn from it at any time; The Lion King cartoon tells the story of a jealous uncle and brother who believes he, not his brother or nephew, deserves to be King. As a result, he plotted with his brother's forbidden hyenas to overthrow him by causing his death in a stampede raid, and so on. Suspense vengeance, devotion, compassion, and determination are all present. It is also a must-see!


3. Nicole Scherzinger and Princess Jasmine from Aladdin

Do you recall Jasmine's love affair with Alaadin, the diamond in the rough? Who had such a strong desire to achieve greatness in life? This cartoon serves as an inspiration to anyone born without a silver spoon to believe that if you believe in yourself, you can achieve all of your goals. Isn't it inspiring? If you haven't already, you should watch it.


4. Rihanna and Tiana from The Princess and the Frog

Tiana, the heroine of The Princess and the Frog, was a hardworking woman who wanted to do something meaningful with her life but lacked the financial means to do so. So when she came across a frog who was once a human but had been turned into a frog by a voodoo witch doctor, she was taken aback. Only the true love of a princess could break the spell. Tiana, on the other hand, was not one of them. Tiana and the Prince fell in love while trying to figure out how to make the Prince, who is now a frog, human again. Fun, adventure, determination, and willpower abound in the cartoon. It's also worth watching.


So, have you seen any of the above cartoons before or would you like to see them again? Thank you for taking the time to read this. Like, comment, and share this with your friends and family.

Content created and supplied by: CyraxPen (via Opera News )

Disney

COMMENTS

Load app to read more comments